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Frame: Kant

Most important chapter in the book.  I will have to break this into several posts. Noumena and Phenomena “our most basic knowledge comes…by the mind’s impressing it on the world” (Frame 256). The mind structures the concepts of experience. Kant’s … Continue reading

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Analytical Outline of Barth Bio

Realdialektik: a dialectic in real relations (McCormack 9). Part of this book’s thesis is the overturning of Hans urs von Balthalsar’s claim that Barth rejected liberalism in favor of “analogy.” McCormack argues that Barth’s use of the en/anhypostatic distinction played … Continue reading

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Karl Barth and American Evangelicalism

These are mostly fine essays illustrating to what degree Barth has been received by the American Evangelical community. George Harinck gives a fascinating essay on how Dutch and American Neo-Calvinism reacted to Barth. In doing so, he gives new light … Continue reading

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